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a huge impact on how much workers get paid in san jose ... i'll have a live report back from war ... student veterans at s-j-s-u say the university is not doing enough to help them adjust to campus life. and one of the men immortalized for his olympic games protest returns to where where it all began ... we'll show you what he had to say about those historic times. ...update news starts right now hello and welcome to update news... im lexy nuno. and i'm pedro garcia... thanks for joining us. the veterans student organization or vso has been demanding for space on campus dedicated to veterans who have served in the armed forces. and with the group growing every year it becomes increasingly important for these veterans to have their own space. elliot alagueuzian has the story. ">>>mark pinto was a marine helicopter pilot from 1982 to 2002 and fought in the gulf war. now he's a photography major at sjsu fighting for student veterans returning from afghanistan and iraq. mark pintoéstudent veteran they've got all the traumas of war to deal with. they come back and it puts them in a d
the last minute push to register latinos to vote. ">>>on the corner of story and king in east san jose...a group that advocates for immigrant rights...siren attempted to get latinos registered to vote. jeremy barousse/ siren "we are out here registering voters. it's the last day to register to vote in the state of california, so we've just launching this massive outreach to get those last minute immigrants who are out here who want to register to vote." in the united states, there are more than 21 million eligible latino voters. about 11 million of them are registered to vote. 6 and a half million voted in the previous election. political activist omar torres says every voice counts. omar torres/political activist "it's extremely important that we go out there and vote because our vote is important you know some of our family members came into this country to find a better life and we have to do our duty to say you know what, our vote is our voice and we have to go out there and vote." political anaylst say the presidential election could be one of the closest ever. and if the election
. big changes are ahead for students at san jose state that were planning on taking excessive units in the coming semester. briana villalobos is live on campus to tell us about a new unit cap that will be implemented at sjsu next semester. briana? the administration is saying that the unit cap for undergraduate students is needed in order to predict how much faculty will be needed for the 2013 spring semester. ">>>only graduating seniors with graduation applications on file before december 12 1012 will be able to petition for excess units. "people are not going to be able to graduate in a timely fashion." music education coordinator dr. diana hollinger explains how the unit cap will put many students in jeopardy. "it reeked havoc on us as a major. for music because our degrees most all of them are one hundred and thirty two units instead of one hundred and twenty. which means to graduate in four years you have to take sixteen to seventeen units a semester." students are wondering how they will be able to graduate in a timely fashion since they need other classes outside of their maj
i'm rashida gilmore, live on campuslmore, san jose state's campus may be smoke-free sooner than you think... ....i'll have a live report. a viewing party for the presidential debate took place at the at a hotel just off-campus... and the journalism department is welcoming three guests from a very differrent part of the world. update news starts right now. hello and welcome to update news... im tyler huffman and i'm briana villalobos... thanks for joining us. this week 3 professors from two universities in afghanistan arrived at san jose state. they will be here for an eleven-week program...it's part of a multi-million dollar grant to modernize journalism education in afghanistan. update's lexy nuno reports. ">>>it is only their second time to the united states...and these afghan professors are enjoying the simple things in life. nat sound: "white mocha" simple things like drinking coffee...taking pictures... walking around san jose state's campus...and learning about modern journalism. they say it's a different picture than back home where journalists fear for their lives. ahamd zia
patches at the airport fremont live doppler 7 hd in san jose, otherwise not only are we almost fog-free in spots look at these temperatures 72 antioch, 62 fremont, 61 redwood city. 63 half moon bay. we are starting out warm. 55 in san jose, we are looking at temperatures warmer than yesterday we are going to start out with the warmth and even warmer with upper 70s around the bay mid 80s inland and we haven't gotten to our offshore flow yet. >>> good morning. fog-free on the golden gate bridge. roadwork north section slow traffic there confined to the south part of the bridge as you head into san francisco light traffic. roadwork throughout marin county. cortamadera to mill valley until 6:00 this morning. 280, 85 roadwork both ramps. 280 shutdown until 6 a.m. police activity valencia street in san francisco. >>> federal search agencies continue to look for pilot and plane that took off from half moon bay 24 hoursing aheaded for tucson, arizona but did not show up. the pilot's wife reported the plane missing. tail number n 72 ah. airport officials at half moon bay confirm the plane i
of violence has san jose city leaders calling for action yet again. >>> and the first presidential debate now in the books, the surprising reaction from analyst and voters right here in the bay area. hear who they think came out on top and why. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. it was a deadly night out on the streets of san jose as police investigate two separate homicides just four hours and only four miles apart. homicides number 35 and 36 this year alone. bob redell is live at the police department. you just attended a press conference there, getting more information about the latest run of violence. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. san jose in the past has prided itself on being america's safest big city has just racked up homicides number 35 and 36 for the year. police believe one of them is gang-related. when we spoke with sapd within the past hour, the officer wondered if the city's still had its gang tax force if that task force was still intact. a gro
. >>> caught in the act. a resident in san jose provided police with an important clue and today it paid off as officers swarmed a neighborhood and broke up a group of burglars. ktvu's robert handa is live in san jose with the pictures and why this case is far from over. robert? >> reporter: pictures they needed because the san jose police department has been struggling with the problem. burglaries going up, and fewer officers to respond. we are going to show you pictures that helped catch the burglars. >>> san jose police officers make six arrests. these are pictures from a citizens of burglars breaking into a home through a backdoor today in san jose. we are not showing faces because the suspects are juveniles but in the pictures they are smiling, while carrying merchandise into the vehicle. >> we see cash taken, ipad, computers, apple devices, electronics, tvs. >> reporter: officers believe they burglarized two homes in the past two days. but a neighborhood captured the vehicle that led arrests. >> third suspect was taken into custody here and a fourth after a foot pursuit. >> reporter: s
she thought she had enough to graduate from san jose state, she was told she fell one course short. by that point she had to raise her family. and she never went back to college. >> i know how much she valued education. how hard she worked. and i knew that -- she had attempted several times to -- to finish. >> that's when her youngest daughter wanted to do something for her mom. she contacted san jose state and asked for a letter, recognizing her mother's love for lifelong learning. san jose state reviewed all of her academic record. and concluded she had enough to graduate. but instead of a letter, san jose state awarded her a diploma. a bachelor's degree in home economics, back dated to august 28, 1959. >> it is just the thing -- to prove i did the -- it doesn't. i won't go out and get a job or try. >> i am real excited. i -- it's just -- a recognition of everything that she has worked for. and everything that she has done for us. for her family. >> while earning a diploma can mean better economic opportunity for olive, it means so much more. >> an education always puts you in go
for the san jose earthquakes. what a big change in the weather around the bay area today. low clouds and fog, the drizzle on the coastline, it is cool to start out but muggy too, 62 in san jose. we'll have more on your weekend forecast coming up. >> it was a little muggy this morning. thanks, lawrence, and a little foggy. too. check the camera at the golden gate bridge. visibility could be an issue this morning from marin to san francisco. this weekend we have the big bridge closure. which one? we'll let you know coming up in a few minutes. >>> developing news in san francisco. one person has been arrested in an early-morning high-speed police chase that turned into a shooting. about 2.5 hours ago, police say two men sped away from a routine traffic stop initiating a pursuit. the suspects soon started firing at officers. a cab then collided with the speeding car as it ran a red light at franklin and eddy streets. both suspects fled. one man is still at large and no one was seriously hurt in the chase. >> it is 4:31 now. >>> mandatory evacuations are in effect tonight for residents in the cle
. >> a sheriff deputy shot a man in san jose. it happens near the busy cal trans station at about 5:30 tonight. abc7 news reporter uh -- ama dates is here to explain. >> we just learned he was a san jose resident and before he was shot he was on the tracks and acting erratically. the trouble began when an emergency call was made about a person lying on the tracks near cal trans station in san jose. a san mateo sheriff deputy was the first to arrive because their office patrols the 50-mile corridor. santa clara county came to assist when the suspect was found to be uncooperative and tried to take off on foot. the deputies followed. >> at some point the suspect displayed some type of threatening behavior toward the officers that the sheriff deputy believes was a danger to his safety and that of the other deputies. and he fired several rounds at the suspect. >> the suspect was shot twice and was taken by ambulance to valley medical center with nonlife-threatening injuries. san jose police are handling the investigation and say the deputies tried to get the suspect to comply without force. >> anyw
is in east san jose with details. >> reporter: i'm at the scene of san jose's 36th murder of the year. no suspects in either case. the one that happened here about 12:30 this morning a birthday of party going on and the manwas shot was tending the barbecue at around 12:30 a.m. a witness said suddenly four people came up to him, ambushed him. they were wearing blue bandanas according to this man on their face and one of them started shooting hitting that man who was tending the barbecue. he was around 30 years old. that man then ran into the house and he died here on the scene. police think this may be gang- related. but the friend of the man who died said no one at the party was affiliated with a gang. >> he was a family man. he was not a gangbanger. he was not a violent person. he wasn't a person to cause trouble with anybody. he was a very friendly guy, very funny person, very charismatic. >> reporter: san jose's 35th homicide of the year happened a few hours earlier two blocks from san jose state in downtown san jose on south second street at around 8:30 p.m. police say there had b
the street confronted the men with the firearm. >> a sheriff deputy shot a man in san jose. it happens near the busy cal trans station at about 5:30 tonight. abc7 news reporter uh -- ama dates is here to explain. >> we just learned he was a san jose resident and before he was shot he was on the tracks and acting erratically. the trouble began when an emergency call was made about a person lying on the tracks nearal trans station in san jose. a san mateo sheriff deputy was the first to arrive because their office patrols the 50-mileorridor. santa clara county came to assist when the suspt was found to be uncooperative and tried to take off on foot. the deputies followed. >> at some point the suspect displayed some type of threatening behavior toward the officers that the sheriff deputy believes was a danger to his safety and that of the other deputies. and he fired several rounds at the suspect. >> the suspect was shot twice and was taken by ambulance to valley medical center with nonlife-threatening injuries. san jose police are handling the investigation and say the depues tried to get the
. a married couple is recovering from burns after their san jose home caught fire early this morning. the smoke woke them up at 3:45. they were able to escape before the flames completely engulfed their house on carlton avenue. both were walking and talking before going to the hospital for burn treatment. their injuries are not life threatening. >> just got a call around 4:00 this morning. my brother-in-law was freaked out. said his house was on fire and he had been burned. you know, obviously he founded freaked out. >> the san jose fire department faced two serious hurdles when fighting the fire. the power lines that prevented the aerial hose from getting the angle on the fire and the ammunition in the home forced them to take a defensive posture. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the fire. the family believed it started in the kitchen. >>> there is another trash bin fire to tell you about in san jose. the west part of san jose. this is number ten in the past three weeks. fire officials say the bin was set on fire last night close to delna manor lane. that fir
investigation and officials say there is a homeless encampment nearby. in san jose, this plume of smoke rising from trees near kelly park caused by a small grass fire that crews quickly put out. earlier this summer kelly park had a series of fires that officials suspect was started by people from a homeless encampment. >>> right now crews of oracle team u.s.a. are trying pull a 7 foot broken 10 million dollar yacht out of the -- 72 foot broken 10 million dollar yacht out of the water. katie marzullo joins us live from pier 80. >> reporter: the catamaran was towed overnight. we've been watching all morning since 7:30 this tedious protest of righting the upside down boat and getting it out of the water. last check the crew hadn't decided how they were going to do that. divers moved quietly around the ac-72 oracle team u.s.a.'s massive catamaran this morning it looked more like a submarine than a racing yacht. >> i call it destroyed in several piece. >> reporter: he's talking about the wing or fixed sail. you can see the splintered remains in this video from sky 7 hd. he wasn't on the boat but de
and officials say there is a homeless encampment nearby. in san jose, this plume of smoke rising from trees near kelly park caused by a small grass fire that crews quickly put out. earlier this summer kelly park had a series of fires that officials suspect was started by people from a homeless encampment. >>> right now crews of oracle team u.s.a. are trying pull a 7 foot broken 10 million dollar yacht out of the -- 72 foot broken 10 million dollar yacht out of the water. katie marzullo joins us live from pier 80. >> reporter: the catamaran was towed overnight. we've been watching all morning since 7:30 this tedious protest of righting the upside down boat and getting it out of the water. last check the crew hadn't decided how they were going to do that. divers moved quietly around the ac-72 oracle team u.s.a.'s massive catamaran this morning it looked more like a submarine than a racing yacht. >> i call it destroyed in several piece. >> reporter: he's talking about the wing or fixed sail. you can see the splintered remains in this video from sky 7 hd. he wasn't on the boat but describes what hap
news in san jose where investigators are still on the scene of a deadly shooting there. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec in east san jose to explain this is the last homicide in the city in just a matter of hours. >> reporter: they just removed the mandied's body from the street here doe burn avenue in san jose. the investigation into who shot him continues. this was san jose's 36th homicide of the year. just after 12:30 this morning, a man shot here on doe burn avenue died on scene. i just spoke with one of his friends who was standing with him a small group of people standing together near a home. they said they were hang out playing some reggae music when four people came up and one of them opened fire. >> we're not sure if this is gang-related. we're looking into that angle. all we know is a family was gathering and a person was shot and died. >> reporter: the san jose's 35th homicide of the year happened a few hours earlier two blocks from san jose state in downtown san jose on south second street at around 8:30 p.m. police say there had been a fight when they got there a man was uncon
is live at the blossom hill apartments in south san jose where one of the raids took police. dame ran? >> reporter: these apartments are only a half a block away from oak grove high school. the fbi said it arrested two people on federal drug charges. fbi agents in suits were at the blossom hill apartments after 5:00 this morning. here they're arresting one of two men. they're facing federal charges for conspiracy to distribute meth. >> today the fbi, along with our local partners conducted a number of law enforcement actions, interdictions across the san jose area. >> reporter: the fbi says its gang task force in the south bay led the operation. the agency won't say if the suspects are part of a larger organized group or gang, but agents needed help from neighboring police departments to make the arrests. >> again, i can't comment on the number of officers that were out there. but there was an appropriate number of tactical personnel, fbi s.w.a.t. personnel involved in several interdictions, in addition to numerous others across the san jose area. >> reporter: neighbors at the blossom
cars involved not a nice commute on 101 in the san jose area santa clara area this morning. >>> good morning. we can balance that out with a pretty nice looking weather forecast as you head out. there's a little fog around the south bay, otherwise the deck of low clouds, very shallow. live doppler 7 hd showing plenty of clear areas as well. starting out mild in the upper 50s to 60s for our coast by the afternoon plenty of sunshine here with low to mid 60s and very little fog returns. we will have a gusty sea breeze in the afternoon at our coast around the bay. mild numbers in fact, mid 70s common by noontime and then upper 70s by 4:00. by the evening hours, very pleasant, sun comes up 7:20. you are already in the 60s in east bay valleys, upper 70s by noontime, low to mid 80s this afternoon. we'll look for the numbers to be comfortable by 7:00 in the 70s. we are looking at critical fire danger coming up tonight through thursday with gusty offshore winds. details in a few moments. >>> new this morning, san francisco police investigating street fight that left one man in the hospital in
will reach its destination tomorrow. >>> and coming up, the proud recipient of a new diploma from san jose state. >> the hold-up that took a half a century to fix, and made this grandmother a graduate. >>> and then, it is an investigative unit report. hundreds are killed by trains in california every year. tonight, we check the bay area's track record and how your tax dollars are spent on keeping people out. >>> and good evening, in the nbc bay area weather center, rain-free at the current moment on the radar, finding mid and high level cloud cover. we'll have showers, the chance of you getting this for saturday, coming up. . >>> half a century after a 93-year-old woman left san jose state university, she finally received the one thing she always wanted. her diploma. the story new at 11:00, and nbc is live at san jose state, so george, what was the hold up all these years? >> reporter: she was told she fell one course short of graduating. she never went back and said she was raising her family from that point on. but 53 years later, san jose decided to look back at her record and discovere
22 aÑos residente en san jose, y quien segun las autoridades al parecer tuvo una discusion en una casa cerca a la calle santa clara en san jose y se fue a correr. ---la patrulla de caminos ya contacto a todas las partes involucradas en el accidente incluido el conductor de la camioneta que golpeo a sandoval y huyo de la escena. ---la muerte de sandoval ha sido calificada como "accidental" por las autoridades. cesar ---ya son 11 las personas muertas en todo el pais por el brote de meningitis supuestamente ocasionado por un lote de medicina contaminada. blanca ---aunque, en california no se han detectado casos, si se confirmo que aqui fueron distribuidas centenares de estas inyecciones. ---pilar niÑo nos cuenta lo que especialistas le estan recomendand o a la gente.. take pkg entre 500 a 600 pacientes en california pudieron haber recibido inyecciones de cortisona contaminadas con hongos, segun el departamento de salud del estado. una contaminacion que se cree ha producido un brote raro de meningitis que ha cobrado ya la vida de 11 personas en el pais y ha enfermado a cientos mas...
analysis we conducted may seem a little remote from study area but on the expressway segment of san jose, which connects this part to the 280 freeway. this cuts right in front the bernal heights and glen park -- >> bernal cut? >> precisely. >> which was way back in history cut out for railroad line and eventually thought the feeder to mission freeway which fortunately was constructed. the objective in this part on a long-range basis have been anticipated by the glen park area plan but also desires and opportunities among community and city agencies to improve conditions in the nearer term. specifically focusing on the northbound segment, three lanes of traffic and very substandard bike lane at the curb. >> actually a gutter. >> yes. >> it's got paint. >> you can see a little in this picture. generally say you want to build a five-foot bike lane, the practice would be that five feet does not include that portion. it is nearly half of the right-of-way of that lane. >> it is my route. >> you are family -- familiar with it. >> i'm curious. >> this is something that took me a little time to
are walking on that trail. >>> a former san jose police officer is suing the city said he suffered retaliation after telling his superiors about rampant time cards within the city. we are live in san jose with what the officer says others were doing while on the clock. >> reporter: like many of us san jose police have to fill out time cards to show the hours they work and now retired officer who was assigned here to the san jose airport is alleging time card fraud in the department is wide spread. 27 veteran filed this lawsuit this week in federal court. he alleges he was retaliated against labeled a snitch and eventually forced to retire. for reporting fellow officers charging for hours they did not work. >> the retaliation you do something you are a target. >> san jose police would not discuss the lawsuit but did address the broader issue of time card fraud. >> we have to make sure we are clean. we police ourselves aggressively and have measures in place to make sure that happens. >> reporter: just last week following a nine month investigation san jose police arrested one of their own. offi
will drop tomorrow where you live. >>> happening now students at san jose state university getting ready to go to sleep under the stars. and ktvu's matt keller is here now and tells us why they are trying to call attention to how much certain people are paid. matt. >> reporter: yeah frank about 25 people are here in the middle of san jose state's campus. they are in and around their tents. now their here for the annual poverty under the stars. this year's theme is raising the minimum wage to $10. but now a big hitter in bay area professional sports is speaking out against measure d. >> reporter: it's not unusual to see people sleeping outside in downtown san jose. but here on san jose state campus tonight it's not a lifestyle but a message about poverty in the area. >> there's 40,000 minimum wage workers in san jose that are paycheck to paycheck away from being out on the streets. >> reporter: the push to raise the minimum wage from $8 an hour to $10 started here at san jose state. sociology professor scott myers whitman helped his students start a petition drive to get the measure on th
: yeah frank about 25 people are here in the middle of san jose state's campus. they are in and around their tents. now their here for the annual poverty under the stars. this year's theme is raising the minimum wage to $10. but now a big hitter in bay area professional sports is speaking out against measure d. >> reporter: it's not unusual to see people sleeping outside in downtown san jose. but here on san jose state campus tonight it's not a lifestyle but a message about poverty in the area. >> there's 40,000 minimum wage workers in san jose that are paycheck to paycheck away from being out on the streets. >> reporter: the push to raise the minimum wage from $8 an hour to $10 started here at san jose state. sociology professor scott myers whitman helped his students start a petition drive to get the measure on the november ballot. >> we believe if you work full time and play by the rules you should get a decent wage, a fair wage. in silican valley and san jose $8 an hour just doesn't cut it. >> reporter: the owner of the oakland a's and the fairmont hotel lou walt said he's against
. >>> san jose safety personnel claim longer response times due to the lack of police officers are putting people's lives in danger. it's a story you will only see on abc7 news. earlier this month police responded to an officer-involved shooting at a caltrain station. hours later they were called to an altercation at a check-cashing business where someone was injured, but no police were available to go. paramedics were there but they had to wait for police to arrive to secure the scene and the victim died. >> it's extremely frustrating. we are trained. from the day we start training we are trained to save lives and help people and to sit there with idle hands is excruciating at times. >> fire regulations dictate crews may not enter a potentially dangerous scene until police declare it secure. >> we're is one of the stranger things you see on roads. we have the latest on moving the space shuttle inch by inch through the street. and it took more than 50 years but now a 93-year-old south bay [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some be
in escalating in san jose between a city councilwoman running for election and the police union. she accuses police of delaying response time in retaliation. the police went to court to stop the measure with pension cuts from going into effect. >>> 5:05, ready for sunshine this monday? >> i'm ready, are we getting it? >> we have to get through the fog thick. be careful if you're headed out. fog is getting thicker, temperatures not that bad right now. we have cloud cover and drizzle approaching the bay area, low clouds down below. as we look toward afternoon, it will be a nice day. yesterday we had 70s an even low 80s. it will be about 678 in san francisco and 81 in santa rosa. this is the beginning of much warmer temperatures. much more coming up. >>> not bad for sunshine this afternoon and this morning a lot of fog impacting your monday commute. so far this is a live look right now, bay bridge toll plaza. just kind of making it here, visibility heading for work. let's go to the maps and show you a live look through sausalito where everything looks fine heading ward to golden gate, but prett
. in san jose, damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> the alarming homicide rate, within the last 24 hours, the 35th and 36th homicides of the year have occurred. one of them was gang related according to police. this morning, friends set up a memorial for the man who was murdered just after midnight. he had been celebrating another friend's birthday outside of a house in east san jose when men with blue rags over their faces shot and killed him. he was in his 30s, married with a child. a friend tells us he doesn't understand why he would be targeted considering he wasn't in a gang himself. >> we were just hanging out. no gangbangers involved. there was nobody that gang bangs here. no colors whatsoever. we're just outside bbqing and all you hear is about three to four guys that were outside cooking, running for the house, and all you hear is shots fired, shots fired. the guy that had the shot runs into the house, dropped to the floor. >> another man was murdered in downtown san jose around 8:30 last night. police responded to a fight on second street near san fernando. they found the victi
and jet blue has canceled their red eye flights from san jose to new york and boston tonight and tomorrow night. >>> a cyclist hit by a police car on the streets of san francisco. what the officer says happened. >> back to earth, what the new workhorse of the space fleet brings home in its cargo bay. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, police cruiser. >>> a san francisco cyclist is expected to be okay after being hit by a police cruiser. this happened around 3:30 this afternoon near justin herman plaza. the cyclist was in the bike lane when the officer hit him. the fire department tells us the officer didn't see the cyclist. he was up and walking after the accident. >>> checking area headlines, four overnight shootings in san jose in one a man died. the victim was shot it's before 3:00 a.m. near locust and humboldt streets. he became the city's 39th homicide. his death means san jose has now equaled the homicide rate for all of last year. >>> 12 people are out of their homes tonight after a stubborn four alarm fire in san jose. firefighters got the call around 7:30 this morning about a garage fire at a condo
in livermore. let's take you live outside of the hd sky camera network. we do have some blue skies in san jose. the winds trying to shift a little bit more to an onshore flow as keeping some of the haze down. but that air quality is suffering. as we get you back to the weather boards, heat is going to stay with us for tuesday that will keep that fire danger up there. a few 100s expected. but a cool wind will develop over the next 48 hours so. so that is going to improve our air quality a little bit for the east and also the south bay. we're going to talk more about all of this widespread weather, and when we could see our next best chance of showers coming up in the full forecast. >> all right, thank you so much, jeff. >>> the bay area is starting to see signs of economic recovery. home sales are improving and consumering are starting to spend. construction is also picking up in san jose. but the city apparently is not prepared. and that's causing delays. nbc bay area's kris sanchez is live in san jose with why one businessman blames the city for losing nearly everything. kris? >> reporter: hi
. it's 4.43 in san francisco. 4.38 in san jose up 8 cents overnight. lisa is live for news san jose tonight. lisa? >> at this chevron in san jose the praise for regular gas changed twice today. at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon that sign said 4.23 and at 4:00 o'clock wept up 46 cents. no words are required to feel the driver pain. gas at this station in san bruno is over 5 dollars a gallon. >> 5.19. my god i can't count that high for 89 not even premium. >> last time this bad in california was 2008. and this spike is supposed to be even worse. the reason? gasoline shortage. due to pipeline outage and closure in southern california and the chevron refinery fire in richmond in august. whole sale praise up 1 dollar meanshe price at the pump is shooting up too. >> 170 dollars for5 gallon. >>porter: in uthe california tis indepennt gas station is charging nearly 6 dollars a gallon. >> take it all down and have no goods or we have to just charge that. we have no option. >>reporter: analyst at gas buddy.com say prices everywhere will rise until next week. and then level out. s
back to the desk. >>> san jose firefighters are looking for a serial arsonist. they say he struck again last night. matt keller is there where with he just spoke to a neighbor about this latest attack, good morning, matt. >> reporter: you can see it is obvious a fire was started here. now the fence behind it was removed after the previous fire was damaged by flames. firefighters say this is the 9th trash bin fire in west san jose in the past two weeks. now judy says people dumped all kind of stuff in the alley behind her home including all kind of flammable items. >> next day i came out, it was all burned. that was the first fire, all that stuff had burned and they cleaned that out and dumpster was replaced and then another fire and then another one. >> the fire has only damaged trees and fires. they are worried they could start small trash fires and moved to bigger ones. they are handing out these flyers to neighbors and that took place 11 hours before the fire and they are hoping somebody saw something. >>> this morning people are still in the hospital after a triple shooting last nig
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and in home economics a discipline that doesn't exist at san jose anymore. >> barry manoilow is hitting a winning note. he has donated a yamaha piano to launch a drive for the school. if you donate or gently iced instrument at hp pavilion box office will you get two tickets to his concert on the same night. it's all part of the music project. sounds great when the schools struggle to keep music programs alive today. >> singing a different tune, the atmosphere still cool and 40s and 50s around the bay. we'll talk about how much warmer it will get today. >> katie: and also next, a stung turn of events in washington. it's giving the giants home field advantage in the playoffs. larry beil has the highlights of [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents fabulous but...when i add chicken, barbecue sauce... and cheese...and roll it up woo-wee! i've made a barbecue chicken crescent chow down. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury gran
the way people get paid in the south bay. ktvu ann rubin is at san jose state. ann. >> reporter: the students are camped out right now. they are hoping to draw attention to the measure on the ballot this november. they want the minimum wage raised from $8 an hour to $10. they say simply $8 an hour is hard to live on. not everyone thinks this is a good idea. yesterday oakland a's owner lou wolf came out against the measure and some business owners who don't think they can absorb the cost. >> the way the economy it will be hard. >> they will talk about job less and there will be a threat, they did that in san francisco and other places but the job losses didn't materialize when the ordnance went into effect. >> reporter: proponents of measure d say that cities that have raised the minimum wage found there has also been less turnover among workers to. they plan to be camped out here on campus until 7:00 a.m.. live in san jose ann rubin. >>> time is 6:06. for the first time in his 115 year history, the big game between cal and stanford is in october. they will fight for the ax tomor
is built in oakland, fans in san jose want to see the team move south. >> our hope is that we continue to light a candle in san jose to make sure they know that san jose is wanting them to come here. >> reporter: a's officials acknowledge securing a new stadium is high on the wish list but the team's priority at the moment is playing ball. >> obviously that's the end goal for the organization but our immediate goal is to try to win the division, play good baseball and see how far we can go in the playoffs. >> reporter: we are back here live in front of the 45-year-old coliseum where you can see fans are streaming in to watch the a's take on the rangers. of course the team hopes to get one step closer to winning a division title. the game starts at 7:00 and we are told tickets are still available. reporting live in oakland, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> okay. thank you, jodi. not since 2003 have both bay area major league teams been in the playoffs. the giants kick off their postseason run at home on saturday. who they will go up against is still in play. >>> new details on
negotiators were used. >> violent night in san jose. police investigating two homicides that happened in a matter of hours. latest incident shortly after midnight, live look at the scene in east san jose. all police vehicles still there. they say several people were standing in front of a house when someone approached them, shot one of the men and ran. the victim died at the scene. investigators believe the shooting was gang-related. earlier, a fight broke out in the downtown area of the 100 block of south second street. officers found a man on the ground not breathing pronounced dead at the hospital no word how he died or if there are suspects. >>> mitt romney and president obama are back out on the campaign trail already this morning after last night's debate. strong showing by romney who criticized the president on the economy. the pair also brought the sluggish economy with romney promising to close tax loopholes and limit deductions. mr. obama says that plan will hurt the struggling middle class. >> the president: it is not possible to come up with enough deductions and loopholes
, in san jose, the athletes and music lovers are gathering downtown for the annual rock'n'roll half marathon expect the closures in downtown, japantown, and the rose garden area. san jose. >>> and five terror suspects expedited from the united kingdom had their day in court. and they had the pleas in africa. in a courtroom in new york yesterday, the leader radical islamic preacher entered no plea. he is charged with attempting to set up a teritor -- terrorist training camp in oregon. >> the camps would have trained al qaeda sympathizers here in the united states is come have them trained in explosive training and soldier training. >> two suspects appeared in court in connecticut and entered not guilty pleas for spraying terrorists and afghanistan with cash and equipment. >>> and on to the race for the white house. president obama and republican challenger mitt romney began the final months sprint to election day. romney spends his second day in florida fresh off of the debate trying to keep up the momentum. meanwhile, mr. obama is coming to california for two days of fund raising an
wednesday morning. >>> bay area rents are going up. especially in san jose and san francisco. real facts which tracks apartment rents say rents have jumped 10.4% in the last year. that is a biggest increase in the country. now the average rent in san jose is now $1,980 san francisco rents are up more than 9%. >>> starting today three bay area treat theaters will screen -- theaters will screen a documentary entirely of oakland highland hospital. it's called the waiting room. a film that explores how the public hospital struggles to care for thousands of largely uninsured patients. the movie has won awards at film festivals across the country. you can view the documentary at the undance movie in san francisco. >>> it's pink out day at one oakland high school. students at oakland's technical high school on 45th street they are wearing pink today. it's an effort to draw attention to breast cancer awareness. several other schools in california and all over the nation are holding similar pink out day events today. >>> that is easy for my girls to do. we have a lot of pink. 5:16 is the time. sa
to protect children. live in san jose, i'm damian trujillo. >> a richmond man convicted of instigating a gang rape will serve 32 careers for that crime. manuel ortega was the first of six defendants charged in the 2009 assault on a 15-year-old girl. the high school girl was leaving a dance had she started talking with a group of men and boys on campus. she was beaten, robbed and raped over a period of two others while people stood around and watched much the community was enraged that no one called police. ortega faced a life sentence but accepted a plea bargain and was officiallily sentenced this morning. >> another weekend, another bridge closure. the san mateo bridge, lanes will be closed for retrofitting. they'll be replacing the deck and installing new seismic joints. the bridge will be totally closed from 10:00 tonight through 5:00 on monday morning. it will be closed next weekend as well. drivers can use the dumb barton bridge as an alternate route. >>> this is a live look at lake tahoe. no snow in sight. it's all about to change. lets bring in jeff ranieri for more on that and the rai
with cleanup efforts there. nbc bay area's kimberly tere is live in san jose with more on that. kimberly? >> reporter: the storm is over. now the cleanup and recovery can begin. red cross of the bay area will be heading there to help. and it says it will stay as long as it is needed. emergency officials say cleanup in the cities hardest hi by sandy will take months, and help is needed as communities in more than a dozen states rebuild. >> with so many people displaced and power outages, very concerned making sure everyone has a safe place and a meal and are comfortable and safe. >> reporter: the bay area chapters of the red cross have already sent seven people in to help, and there are plans to send even more volunteers once flights get back on track. >> so we're very concerned about the blood supplies. >> reporter: the red cross is asking for donations. about 300 blood drives in the northeast were canceled because of the storm, resulting in a shortfall of nearly 9,000 donations of blood and platelets. meantime, the lights are still out in the city that never sleeps, and pge is sending m
to confusion for cal train riders heading out of san jose tonight. it happened just after 5:00 today near the deradon cal train station. george kiriyama joins us with more. >> reporter: passengers riding cal train tonight experienced up to a 45-minute delay because of this involve-involved shooting here on these tracks. buses were brought in to help shuttle these riders. take a look at this view from our chopper. it shows the aftermath. about 400 yards north of the train station, san jose police tell us a man managed to get on the track. investigators say he would not cooperate with deputies so the officers who chased him after this short foot chase, police say the man came at them with a metal spike. the deputy thought he was in danger and fired several rounds. the man was hit twice. >> at a certain point, if an officer believes his life or his health and safety is in danger or that of his fellow officers and the suspect is actively arming himself, the officer obviously felt threatened and did wh he had to do to protect himself. >> this man was taken to valley med with nonlife threatenin
homicide investigations in san jose. the city's 36th homicide of the year happened about 12:30 this morning. a man was killed in east san jose. someone old fire on the victim and other people standing near a home. police think it was gang- related. there are no suspects. >>> there was a fight on south second street in the downtown area. about 8:30 last night police found the victim a man who was pronounced dead at the hospital. no suspect in that case. police are still trying to learn exactly what happened there. >>> a bizarre confrontation on the caltrain tracks turned the evening commute into a mess t took place near the diridon station in downtown san jose shortly after 5:00 in the afternoon. caltrain service through the area was disrupted for 4 hours due to the incident. a san mateo county sheriff's deputy on patrol for caltrain found a 29-year-old san jose man act strangely and laying on the tracks. the deputy followed the man down the tracks and called for backup. investigators say the man armed himself with rocks and possibly a railroad spike. >> the suspect displayed some type of th
'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> a warm furry reunion in san jose after a family's horrifying discovery their beloved dog had been stolen in a burglary. len ramirez on how meeko made it back home. >> reporter: the mother of the little girl whose dog was stolen during a burglary a couple of days ago kept telling her daughter despite how bad it looked that this could still have a happy ending that there are still good people in the world. that turned out to be very prophetic today when the dog came back home. 10-year-old marisa knew something was up when she came home from school and found a crowd in her front yard. then her hopes and prayers were answered when her sister appeared at the front door holding her beloved meeko. >> thank you. thank you to everybody! who made this happen. >> reporter: the dog had been stolen during a burglary at the south san jose home on monday thanks to news coverage of the story yesterday, a woman who found meeko running loose in a target parking lot in loss banos returned the dog today. >> i recognized the dog from the picture that they put up. it was real
. san rafael 106 not a chance, livermore 106, san jose, maybe. we are forecasting 106 san jose. 65 in san francisco which is the warmest temperatures hayward and low 60s sitting at 63. so far nothing at fso. we have a little system ushering in a westerly breeze. we have a mild morning for most, 80s 90s to near 100 degrees. if you are sitting at 65 it doesn't take much to warm up. it will still be warm to hot. wednesday, friday looks like a significant cool down which will take us into the weekend. >>> time right now, a string of male theft, the information about what will be taken. >>> it forced people to run for their lives. >>> good morning westbound 24, this traffic in oakland -- we have traffic in oakland and we will tell you more about the bay area weather coming up. . >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. take a look at that, that is an intense heat which kept firefighters busy at a warehouse in canada. it started yesterday afternoon at speedway international which a company that sells meth not for racing. early this morning, they got that fire under control an
tomorrow morning. >>> off the streets. but how many women did he cross paths with. san jose police say they are nabbed himself a rapist. but is he a serial rapist. his m.o. is always the same. offer a ride to a woman in need. and then attack. george kiriyama has more on the arrest and the search for victims. >> reporter: this area right here, blossom and snell, is where san jose police say the suspect picked up a woman, took her to a location, raped her and brought her back here and dropped her off. she wasn't the only victim. and san jose police fear there could be many more out there that have not come forward yet. layla said she would never go into someone person's car. san jose police say this man offered a woman a ride. she accepted. and detectives say he took her to a remote area and raped her. >> never, ever. no. >> reporter: debbie said she would call a friend if she needed a ride home. she works at the plant shopping center in san jose. police say that's where he tried to rape another woman. investigators say the woman tells him he attempted to rape her two months earlier but
now dozens of people camping out at san jose state. they hope to send a strong message to voters. ann ruben is in san jose. ann. >> reporter: this group has been camped out overnight as the seventh annual poverty under the stars event. the focus this year raising the minimum wage. but not everybody supports it. lowe wolf owner of the oakland a's came out against the measure yesterday and several local businesses say this cost increase could make it hard for them to stay afloat. still the students here think d will help struggling families. >> this 40,000 minimum wage workers that are living paycheck to paycheck. >> reporter: the students have been camped here all night and plan to stay until about 7:00 a.m.. they say they are optimistic the measure will pennsylvania on election day. live at san jose state ann lou bin. >>> 22-year-old manual orty baa will get a 32 year prison sentence for a plea deal. >>> time is 4:34. a herb leads teacher -- a hercules teacher that was killed inside her home will be laid to rest today. a husband and wife from southern california are suspects in her ki
acquisition by oracle. they offer cloud based human resources, software. >> san jose fire investigators look at remnants of a serial arsonist. >> and back here in just a few minutes. light scattered showers off shore. they are in the forecast for tonight and sprinkles in the forecast tomorrow. the timing on the chance. . >>> jerry sandusky will spend the rest of his life in jail in the child sexual abuse case that shook penn state university. in a statement at sentencing the 68-year-old still denied the allegations and said that he was the victim of a conspiracy. he said that he plans to appeal his conviction. the judge sentenced him to a minimum of 30 years in jail. three of the eight victims that he was convicted of abusing also spoke, some crying. >> a tina ceus of a drive by shooting, stealing a car and breaking out of jail appeared in court today. they say that max wade was the motorcycle rider behind the april drive by that targeted a girl and young man from mill valley. he is a accused of stealing a car. authorities say wade tried to break out of juvenile hall where he was being hel
been canceled so far from oakland and san jose. make phone calls, get online and check it out. >> this storm is unprecedented. >> it's something we haven't seen quite a while. compares to hurricane hazel back in the 1950s. some kind of hurricane it is right now. winds extending 500 miles outside of the core of the system. watch as it slides inside the coastline. a lot of the rainfall moving along the coast. more and more people live right near the coastline so the prospect for damage even great ear. sandy sitting at 85 miles per hour. category 1 hurricane but the size of the storm we're worried about. atlantic city right in the track. one of the main concerns is you see the winds wrapping around the hurricane. there's a threat we could see a storm surge there. 8 to 11 feet. that is something else. if that happens, there's going to be major problems in new york. this is going to be some kind of storm systeming moving on later today. around the bay area, dense fog. dense fog advisory continues along the coastline. that should lift. a lot of sunshine coming our way. more on that
it was the 49ers, now the san jose earthquakes getting ready for groundbreaking in weekend. we'll talk about that and your weather coming up. >> our morning commute is getting under way. we are starting to see delays at the bay bridge at least in the cash-paying lanes. much more on your friday morning drive coming up. >> thank you. good morning, everybody. and it is friday. we love that. october 19. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. >>> we're learning new details in a developing story in san francisco. shots were fired during a police pursuit that ended with a violent crash in the western addition. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran has more on the connection to a bay area rapper and she joins us with the latest. cate. >> reporter: frank, michelle, that is right. our sources tell us that the driver that the police are looking for is an oakland rapper with possibly gang ties. that's just what we're learning a few moments ago. we have video of that crash. so you can see right now the whole thing started because of a minor traffic violation. officers say that they tried to p
arena on friday and madonna plays in san jose for two nights. cal and stanford have homecoming games, and there is the mill valley film festival as well. at abc7news.com under see it on tv we have a map to several of the big events taking place in san francisco. just click on the ones you want to go to. we will show you how to get there using public transportation. if you have to drive the traffic app can guide you around the gridlock. you can download it at abc7news.com/wave. >> i don't remember a time with this much going on. it is a lot of fun. the question is will the weather cooperate? >> sandhya patel has some answers for us. >> absolutely do, carolyn and dan. nature is on our side this weekend with all of the events. let's check out live doppler 7hd. we have some clouds out. there low-level clouds, high-level clouds. here is the forecast for the blue angels and america's cup. tomorrow morning along the waterfront, 10:00 a.m., low 60s. at 1:00 partly sunny as the blue angels take off. sunny breaks mid60s around 4:00 as america's race -- america's cup race gets under way. droppi
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